There’s nothing more enjoyable than sitting back and enjoying the fruits of your labour, no matter the endeavour. Be it brewing, or making things out of wood. Yep, I resurrected and dusted off – figuratively and literally – my old woodworking hobby, combining my two favourite pastimes.
Whether you make stove-top 3 gallon extract kits, or 15 gallon monster all-grain brews, I have a brew paddle for you. Made of seamless non-laminated pine, and finish-free, there’s nothing that will leach into your mash tun or brew kettle. In nature, structure determines function, and I have designed these mash paddles to be comfortable to use, and functionally simple and effective with rounded corners, and no fancy schmancy scroll artwork for mash grains to play hide and seek. I offer four models:
Papa Bear – $67: 36″ long x 4.5″ wide. Ideal for 15 to 20 gallon kettles, this substantial piece of hardware will do a great job – providing you have the upper body strength!
Mama Bear – $57: 36″ long x 3.5″ wide. Meant for 5 to 10 gallon batches, it’s substantial enough to get the job done, yet small enough to stir wort in the middle of a coil immersion chiller.
Teen Bear – $47: 36″ long x 2.75″ wide. Five gallon batches are this paddle’s forte. More than adequate for thick mashes as well as full-boil batches, it also swirls wort inside an immersion chiller effortlessly.
Baby Bear – $37: identical to Teen Bear in design, it is 20″ long a opposed to 36″, ideal for stove-top brewers.
All paddles have evenly rounded corners to protect your mash and boil kettles, which also makes them safe for brew-in-a-bag rigs. Made of clear pine for the most part, I’ll let one or two knots through if they don’t affect the structural quality of the paddle. They are water-treated before the last sanding to raise the grain. When you use your new paddle, there should be no on-going maintenance other than the odd sanding with 220 grit sandpaper if you wish to make it look new again.
I accept Paypal and electronic money transfer. To order, fill in the form below, specifying your size, and how you’d like to pay. Because I make them as orders come in, I ask for payment up front. Please allow a week for manufacturing time, and shipping time on top of that. Please add $30 shipping if not picking up locally, or arranging a drop-off. Once I get your order, I’ll respond within one business day and we’ll make final arrangements for payment and delivery.